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Tezzaworld's May Feature

Once you've introduced yourself why not throw up a few pictures of your car or a project thread?
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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby E910 » Sun May 15, 2011 9:00 pm

Thanks for all the kind words folks & big thanks to Damian for giving me the opportunity to do a feature for the club. 8)

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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby ChilledChef » Fri Jun 10, 2011 3:11 am

pure and sweet :arrow: well done
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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby roundymoony » Fri Jun 10, 2011 2:17 pm

well done.car looks great 8)

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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby d2carazy » Sat Jun 18, 2011 6:21 pm

the car looks great, great pics a credit to you 8)

another great write up damo fair play always good reading :wink:

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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby E910 » Sat Sep 22, 2012 11:19 am

Haven't really done much with the car of late, just regular servicing. Tried a few different oils over the past year. Had been running Edge 5w-30 as I got it cheap at my last job. Tried some Edge 0w-40 which was far to thick for the 3SGE, replaced that with some Takumi 0w-30 which was much better suited. Splashed out on some Mobil1 5w-30 for this round. Can't go wrong with M1. Put some fresh anti-freeze in as I went down the country to the ski fields a while back. Also ran through some genuine toyota D4 injector cleaner, which cleared up a bit of a hesitation I was experiencing.
Had to put two new tyres on the rear. Went with Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric 2 to match the 1st gen F1 Asymmetric I already had on the front. Got my moneys worth out of the Bridgestone Potenza RE001. They're good tyres but no comparison the the Goodyears. Also got two 7.5" rims of a JCE15 Gita for the rear so now I have an OE staggered fitment.
Had to replace my NGK Iridium spark plugs as they'd be in for nearly 60K km. I ordered some Denso VK20 Iridium tough plugs in from Japan. Took two month for them to arrive! They should be good for 100K & have a 0.4mm center electrode just like the IK20. I've got more in stock if anyone wants some.

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The Bridgestones lasted quiet well on the rear, got about 45K km out of them running -2.5° camber
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& for those that don't know I became a dad back in May. Got myself a wee man to teach all about cars when he's a bit older. Fun times.
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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby Damok » Sat Sep 22, 2012 7:48 pm

E910 wrote:for those that don't know I became a dad back in May. Got myself a wee man to teach all about cars when he's a bit older. Fun times.



:D :D :D Congrats on that :D :D :D Daddy E910 :wink:
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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby choopz » Sun Sep 23, 2012 1:46 am

Damok wrote:
E910 wrote:for those that don't know I became a dad back in May. Got myself a wee man to teach all about cars when he's a bit older. Fun times.



:D :D :D Congrats on that :D :D :D Daddy E910 :wink:

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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby E910 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:20 am

Been hoarding a few parts of late, just need to fit them now. Bit hard with an 8 month old son taking up most of my spare time.

We now stock TRD/Motul oil at work. Going to use the diff oil & brake fluid. They only do a 5w40 engine oil in TRD but I can get in any other Motul grades. We're going to stock the 10w30 & 5w30 for now & 0w20 for the GT86 in the near future.
Also got some TRD front lower arm bushes. Need to do my rear hubs as well one day. Scored myself a sweet umbrella too :D
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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby ISred02 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 10:02 am

Damok wrote:
E910 wrote:for those that don't know I became a dad back in May. Got myself a wee man to teach all about cars when he's a bit older. Fun times.



:D :D :D Congrats on that :D :D :D Daddy E910 :wink:


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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby j2jedi » Sun Mar 10, 2013 11:22 pm

Very nice and clean car 8)

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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby PatrickDoherty » Tue Jul 30, 2013 10:39 am

I also love this car I am just truly astounded by it's features..It is merely remarkable.. :) :)

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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby E910 » Thu Nov 07, 2013 2:45 am

Because Motul... :D
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Re: Tezzaworld's May Feature

Postby E910 » Mon Dec 02, 2013 1:34 am

The transformation is complete, Motul Ester based fluids in gearbox, diff & now engine
Engine is even smoother & quieter compared to Mobil1 5W-30 I had been running. Oil pressure has increased as well. If you're seeing track time then I'd say this is a must have. Running a WIX XP synthetic media filter as well.

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For those of you that didn't know I did an experiment for the lads at Motul NZ, trailing their 75W-140 Gear Competition (TRD) in the gearbox. It wasn't much fun on a cold winters morning but now that summer is here it's not much different to 75W-90. I have driven a TTE S/C IS200 & RS200 which we put Gear300 75W-90 in at work & they shift like a hot knife through butter. I will be going back to Gear300 before winter. If you're building a track day car then the 75W-140 is worth a look or you could do a 50/50 blend with 75W-90


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